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Author : Akiko Busch
ISBN : 0681415908
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Ed Zelenak

Author : Philip Monk
ISBN : OCLC:501136694
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Wall Works Selected Writings And Performances

Author : Silvia Ziranek
ISBN : 9780953654178
Genre : Art
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A selection of writings and performances by visual artist, Silvia Ziranek, produced 1976-2011, including ICI VILLA MOI (1990) and NOT UNDIRTY (2011). This ebook includes 5 video clips of Ziranek in live performances in the UK at conferences and exhibition openings, with the full script of the performance and photographic documentation. The ebook is introduced by the artist. All the performances and texts circulate around the idea of architecture.
Category: Art

Wall Works

Author : Udo Kittelmann
ISBN : 3866789785
Genre : Art
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Wall Works focuses on the artistic exploration of the wall as a fundamental artistic element since the 1960s.A selection of 46 wall pieces from Edition Schellmann purchased by the Nationalgalerie in Berlin, works from the museum's own collections and works that were produced specially for the exhibition of the same name are presented in this exhibition.The interaction between the works creates an overview of the variety of artistic approaches to the wall in Minimal and Conceptual Art, Arte Povera and in postmodern and contemporary art.The exhibition and purchase are documented and explained in essays, ample illustrations and artists' texts.Published to accompany the exhibition at Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, 29 November 2013 - 31 August 2014.English and German text.
Category: Art

American Ceramics

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ISBN : UOM:39015039859999
Genre : Ceramic sculpture
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Category: Ceramic sculpture

Wall Works

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ISBN : OCLC:1156194152
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Late Thoughts

Author : Karen Painter
ISBN : 0892368136
Genre : Art
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Collects nine essays that discusses the creativity of influential artists, as well as the legacy of their work following their deaths, and covers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piet Mondrian, Frank Gehry, and others.
Category: Art

Piet Mondrian

Author : Piet Mondrian
ISBN : UCSD:31822034427120
Genre : Art
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Material Difference

Author : Polly Ullrich
ISBN : UOM:39015069303801
Genre : Art
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Pictures sculptures of the human form constructed of thread, sticks, cantaloupe peels and beads
Category: Art

Tarnished Rings

Author : Stephen Wenn
ISBN : 9780815650874
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In late 1998 and the early months of 1999, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was an organization in crisis. Revelations of a slush fund employed by Salt Lake City officials to secure votes from a number of IOC members in support of the city’s bid for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games invited intense scrutiny of the organization by the international media. The IOC and its president, Juan Antonio Samaranch, staggered through the opening weeks of the scandal, but ultimately Samaranch and key actors such as IOC vice president Richard Pound, marketing director Michael Payne, and director-general François Carrard weathered the storm. They also safeguarded the IOC’s autonomy and subsequently spearheaded the push for reforms to the Olympic Charter, intended to better position the IOC for the twenty-first century. In Tarnished Rings, the authors delve into this fascinating story, exploring the genesis of the scandal and charting the IOC’s efforts to bring stability to its operations. Based on extensive research and unparalleled access to primary and source material, the authors offer a behind-the-scenes account of the politics surrounding the IOC and the bidding process. Wenn, Barney, and Martyn’s potent examination of this critical episode in Olympic history and of the presidency of Samaranch, who brought sweeping changes to the Olympic Movement in the 1980s and 1990s, offers valuable lessons for those interested in the IOC, the Olympic Movement, and the broader concepts of leadership and crisis management.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Discount Merchandiser

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ISBN : UOM:35128001815560
Genre : Discount houses (Retail trade)
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The Architects Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015014099959
Genre : Architecture
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Category: Architecture

Money Pits British Mining Companies In The Californian And Australian Gold Rushes Of The 1850s

Author : John Woodland
ISBN : 9781317094272
Genre : History
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Between 1849 and 1853 shares in nearly 120 public companies to exploit the booming goldfields of California and Australia were offered to the British public. The companies were collectively capitalised at over £15 million, but in the end only some £1.75 million was actually raised between 42 of them, with only one company surviving what the newspapers of the day described as a ’gold bubble’. This book provides an overview of the entire bubble event, its antecedents and its outcomes. A number of researchers have investigated an earlier boom in the mid-1820s to reopen gold and silver mines in Latin America and several have studied individual company operations of that period. This is the first detailed investigation of the British gold bubble companies of the 1850s and their involvement in the almost simultaneous gold rushes on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.
Category: History

Off The Wall

Author : Stacey B. Gershon
ISBN : 0972073671
Genre : Art
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Museum exhibition catalogue of primarily contemporary drawings from the JP Morgan Chase Art Collection. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "off the wall: works from the JP Morgan Chase Collection" at the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science in Greenwich, CT May 15, 2004 through September 12, 2004.
Category: Art